whoopsie

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whoopsie

(ˈwʊpsɪ)
n
1. a piece of excrement, esp one left by a pet
2. an embarrassing mistake
[C20: from whoops]
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If there's one thing every conservative lives for, it's liberal whoopsie moments like these.
It was possible to picture him slumped over the breakfast table, the colour draining from his face while spluttering into his mug of morning tea, "Don't tell me, I've gone and done a whoopsie again
The recipes themselves range from Chocolate Malted Milk Ball Cupcakes; Cookies 'N' Cream Cupcakes; Jax's Bubble Gum Cupcakes; and Blueberry Muffin Cupcakes; to Red Velvet Whoopsie Pies; Mom's Holiday Fudge; Spiced Apple-Pear Pies in a Jar; and Oatmeal Cream Pie Cookies.
In reality, nuts are good for only one thing - lobbing at stray cats that try to do a whoopsie in your garden.
As well as chocolate from the big companies like Nestle and Cadbury, he also has a wrapper from Dragon Whoopsie, produced by Gwynedd Confectioners in Bala.
You may remember that term from earlier this year when Heartland Payment Systems went whoopsie with millions and millions of credit card numbers.
Jeremy Glover's filly Whoopsie will also relish the conditions and the stamina test.
SEXY soulstress Terri Walker is hoping for big things with first single Whoopsie Daisy out tomorrow.
And the rising star, whose single Whoopsie Daisy is out tomorrow, hopes she's in the good guys' camp.
The public will get a taste of Terri's style when first single, Whoopsie Daisy, is released.
Interjections that have the diminutive -y/-ie (or plural (2) -ies) suffix, such as whoopsie, wowie and owie, occur extremely rarely in most written sources.
WHEN Pudsey the dancing wonder-dog leapt onto the judges table in the Britain's Got Talent final I was willing him to leave an unscheduled whoopsie in front of Simon Cowell.